CONFIDENTIALITY AND NONDISCLOSURE AGREEMENT (December 24th, 2019)
This Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreement (the “Agreement”) is entered into by and between_______, a business with a principal place of business in ____ (hereinafter referred to as “First Party”) and _____, with an office in Newark, Delaware (hereinafter referred to as “Second Party”). First Party and Second Party may be collectively referred to as the “Parties” or individually as a “Party.” This Agreement shall be effective as of the date of the last-executed signature below (the “Effective Date”).
Proposed Contract for: Supply & Installation of Voltage Optimisation Reference: 1-Utilities-SE-RFP (December 24th, 2019)
Address: Ministry of Justice Procurement Floor 2 Clive House Petty France London SW1H 9HD Authority Representative: Telephone No: Fax No: E-mail: @noms.gsi.gov.uk
Version No. 042 (December 24th, 2019)
From PLI’s Course Handbook (December 24th, 2019)
Closing Commercial Mortgage Loans (Mortgage Bankers Association Campus MBA). For more articles and other materials by Joshua Stein, visit www.real-estate-law.com. The author acknowledges the helpful assistance of Michelle V. Kelban and Jeffrey Marsilio, associates at Latham & Watkins LLP.
Intergovernmental Agreement Between (December 24th, 2019)
This Intergovernmental Agreement for Portland Aerial Tram Operations (the “Agreement”) is between the City of Portland, Oregon (“City”), a municipal corporation of the State of Oregon, and Oregon Health and Science University (“OHSU”), a public corporation of the State of Oregon, and is for the purposes of funding operations and defining the roles and responsibilities of the City and OHSU regarding operations of the Portland Aerial Tram. Defined terms used in the Recitals, but not defined in the Recitals are defined in Section 1. This Agreement is and shall become effective contemporaneously with the execution and delivery of the Operator Contract with the Tram Operator.
Bid for the appointment of a service provider for manufacture, supply and delivery of office furniture and related office environment items for Department of Home Affairs Tender number: DHA23-2013 (December 24th, 2019)
Brief Description of Tender Manufacture, supply and delivery of office furniture and related office environment items for the Department of Home Affairs
Operator Security Agreement Section 232 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Residential Care Facilities OMB Approval No. 9999-9999 (exp. mm/dd/yyyy) (December 24th, 2019)
This Operator Security Agreement (this “Agreement”) is made, entered into and dated as of the ____ day of __________, 20__, by and between __________, a __________ organized and existing under the laws of __________, who is located (as that term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code as now enacted in the State, as that term is defined below, or hereafter amended or superseded (the “UCC”)) at ____________________ (“Operator”); and __________, a __________ organized and existing under the laws of __________, and having an address at ____________________ (“Lender”), as follows:
APPENDIX 1 – CONTRACT PROCEDURES 23 APPENDIX 2 – EUROPEAN UNION DIRECTIVES 49 ANNEX 2A – PART A SERVICES 58 ANNEX 2B PART B SERVICES 60 APPENDIX 3 – CONTRACT POLICIES – FURTHER INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE 61 ANNEX A – SLIDING SCALES FOR PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE 66 APPENDIX 4 – CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 68 APPENDIX 5 – GUIDANCE FOR POST-TENDER CLARIFICATION (PTC) AND POST-TENDER NEGOTIATION (PTN) 80 APPENDIX 6 - GUIDANCE FOR TRANSFER OF UNDERTAKINGS (PROTECTION OF EMPLOYMENT) REGULATIONS 2006 83 APPENDIX 7 – PROTOCOL FOR CONTRACTS DELIVERED THROUGH THE CUSTOMER SERVICES INITIATIVE AGREEMENT 86 A (December 24th, 2019)
1This Appendix discusses the procedures for contracts of three different values – £200-10,000, £10,000-30,000 and £30,000 and above. The requirements under the EU Procurement Directives are set out in Appendix 2, which must be used in addition to the guidance in this document.
State Taxation Acts (General Amendment) Bill (December 24th, 2019)
The Bill amends the Business Franchise (Petroleum Products) Act 1979 to allow payments from the Better Roads Victoria Trust Account for road safety initiatives and traffic and transport integration programs.
Content PURPOSE 2 OPERATIVE PROVISIONS 3 (December 24th, 2019)
‘Agreement’ means this document, the Letter of Offer, and any attachments or annexures and any documents incorporated by reference.